Milan to Rome Train

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Milan to Rome Route Information

Train travel is not only a fast way to travel from point A to point B, but it is also one of the safest and most comfortable means of transportation. There is no need to worry bout the traffic or sit behind the wheel of a car in streets with which you are unfamiliar. The same applies while traveling from Milan to Rome, as it only takes three hours to complete the journey via train. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the wonders of traveling in Italy. You'll find free Wi-Fi, power sockets, and cozy seats among the train amenities. If you want to get even better acquainted with Italy train travel, don't miss the chance to read more about it on Rail Ninja. Find more about the train stations in Italy and railway operators that will handle your trip, and start planning your journey to Italy right now!

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Milan to Rome Train Tickets and Schedule

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Milan to Rome Train Providers

Italo Train
High-speed trains connect 13 major Italian cities from Milan to Rome and other popular Italian routes. There are four seat classes on Italian trains: Economy, Premium, Executive Cabin and Business, each with leather reclining seats with a table, footrest, and power sockets, along with free WiFi and great luggage space. Drinks and snacks can be purchased from the vending machines on board. ​

Train Classes Onboard Milan to Rome Train

  • Economy Class Seat

    The Italotreno offers passengers comfortable reclining leather 2x2 seats, footrests, individual power outlets, and separate tables with individual power outlets. There are vending machines and free Wi-Fi onboard. Moreover, there is seating for passengers with special needs as well.

  • Business Class Seat

    With this type of Italotreno coach, you can enjoy comfortable reclining leather seats and extra space in between them. On this train, there are three rows of seats with the option of selecting one seat. Footrests, individual power outlets, individual tables, and free Wi-Fi are also available onboard. In addition to seating for passengers with special needs, there is a Snack Area on board where passengers may buy food from vending machines.

  • Premium Class Seat

    Coaches of this type by Italotreno offer a welcoming service that includes snacks and drinks. The trains also have free WiFi and power outlets.

  • ​Executive Cabin

    Onboard these type of Italotreno coaches you will find reclining leather seats with extra-wide armchairs, footrests, and independent tables. They come with a catering service that offers mouthwatering Italian foods. There are also individual power outlets, a personal screen, and free Wi-Fi access available on the train. Newspapers and magazines can also be read at your convenience. ​

Milan to Rome Train Station Information

Piazza Duca d'Aosta, 1, 20124, Milan, Italy
*the train also leaves from Rho Fiera, Rogoredo & Porta Garibaldi
Piazza dei Cinquecento, 1, 00185, Rome, Italy
*the train also arrives at Roma Ostiense & Roma Tiburtina

Milan to Rome Train Map

Milan to Rome Train Map

Milan to Rome Train Map

There are 21 trains on the Florence to Milan train route every day, so you get to experience the country's stunning architecture and natural beauty. It is the perfect way to explore Italy. It takes as little as 1 hours and 50 minutes to explore the beautiful urbanscapes along the way.

​Tips to Buy Train Tickets

  • Book in Advance

    Since individual train schedules are usually released 12 weeks in advance, discount train tickets goes on sale three months before departure
  • Be Flexible

    Keep an eye out for better ticket deals at other dates and times if you want cost-effective train travel

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